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CNN
Mar 20, 2012 9:00pm PDT
than iert romney or santorum. >> each day, we move closer not just to victory, but to a better america. join us. join us. together, we're going to ensure that america's greatest days are still ahead. >> the battle of the gop. this is piers morgan tonight. >> good evening. it's a big night for mitt romney. let's take a look at tonight's results. romney way ahead in the lead. listen to a tough talking mitt romney. >> so tonight was a primary. but november is the general election. and we're going to face a defining decision as a people. our choice will not be about party or even personality. this election will be about principle. our economic freedom will be on the ballot. i'm running for president because i have the experience and the vision to get us out of this mess. >> so mitt romney rolls in illinois. a crucial win for him. here to talk about it is cnn's top team. >> i think a pretty significant night for mitt romney. in the general context, are we nearing the tipping point? >> yes, i think it's a very present day for mitt romney. it's not over yet for all practical purposes.
CNN
Mar 14, 2012 12:00am PDT
saying romney had it all but done, not is fast. >> could romney lock it up or another revival for newt gingrich. he loses in the two south states. he says he's staying in. now the questions are can santorum find a path to challenge romney? it would be easier if gingrich gets out. the math, the rules, the history. everything tells you it's still romney over the long hall into may and june. but you know what? our politics have been outside the rules. we elected our first african-american president. the tea party movement came out of nowhere. so let's watch. santorum's going to puerto rico. then we have a big primary in illinois. back to the midwest where if you look at the demographics, should be a romney state. >> puerto rico is this coming sunday. >> huge. >> and then illinois is a week from now on tuesday. >> i think i need to go to cover it. >> in fairness to mitt romney, he's still away head in the delegate count. he's got more than all of the other candidates combined so far. >> and this isn't the way they wanted it to be right now. if they do go across the finish line, they're goi
CNN
Mar 7, 2012 12:00am EST
vote is now in. mitt romney slightly ahead of rick santorum. but it's going to be difficult for rick santorum to catch up by all accounts. 38% for romney. 37% for santorum. it's a significant lead right now. we'll see what's going on. let's take a look and see what happened in oklahoma. earlier in the night 99% of the vote is in. rick santorum wins in oklahoma with 34%. romney coming in second, 28%. gingrich, third. ron paul with only 10%. tennessee, another important win for rick santorum tonight. 37% going for santorum, 28% for romney. 24% for gingrich. only 9% for ron paul. let's take a look at alaska though. within the past few seconds the caucuses were winding down in alaska. there's no votes officially counted yet in alaska. we're going to be updating you right now -- we'll be uprighting you on what's going on in alaska. 24 delegates at stake in alaska. you get a sense of what's happening, the winners and the losers. look at this. ten states, romney so far has won four. in virginia, vermont, massachusetts and idaho. those are all romney wins. rick santorum's having a pretty goo
CNN
Mar 8, 2012 3:00am EST
>>> tonight, gop death match. mitt romney says he's in it to win it. >> we're counting up the delegates for the convention. it looks good. we're counting down the days until november and that looks even better. >> rick santorum says he won't drop out. >> we're in this race to stay. >> what will it take for someone to nail this down? i'll ask campaign insiders how far they'll go to get the nomination. also a woman who knows exactly how tough it is to run for the white house. >> anything and everything can happen in a political race. having been there ourselves, don't count anybody out until the race is over. >> cindy mccain, her take on the race and her life outside of politics and a hot new movie "game change." >>> only in america. nap time for newt gingrich. the long cam has taken its toll. this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening. the big story tonight why can't the gop make up its mind? mitt romney won the key state of ohio last night but barely. he took the top spot in the total of six super tuesday states but he's quite a long way from sewing up the nomination. he put
CNN
Mar 6, 2012 9:00pm EST
15% of the official vote in, santorum with 34%, 18,594. 27% for romney, also 27% for gingrich, a close contest for second place in oklahoma right now with 15%, now 16% of the vote in. ron paul coming in third. but rick santorum, we project is the winner, is the winner in oklahoma. earlier, we projected he's the winner in tennessee. ohio is still very very close. we have not been able to make a projection. look how close it is with 20% of the vote in ohio in right now. 38% for santorum. he's almost 2,000 votes ahead of mitt romney with 37%. 88,111 for santorum, 96,159 for romney. 35,332, 15% for gingrich, only 8% for ron paul. this is with 20% of the vote in but the news right now is that rick santorum we project wins oklahoma. here are the states as they're up. right now, we projected three wins for mitt romney, virginia, vermont and massachusetts. two wins for santorum, oklahoma and tennessee. one win for newt gingrich in georgia. we're waiting for ohio. three more states getting ready at 10 p.m. eastern, a little bit less than an hour from now, two of those will be closing the
CNN
Mar 24, 2012 9:00pm EDT
numbers down here. in this case santorum, 48%. gingrich got the sikd number. romney comes in here at 22%, tied with gingrich. but still a massive lead for santorum. even bigger when you go down here to the under 30,000. look at that. santorum, 64%. romney tied with ron paul at 12%. the only area in which mitt romney won was in people who made $200,000 or more. and look at this. even in that area he has a substantial lead, but only 45% to 31%. that's simply not enough to overcome what santorum did in all the other categories, especially if you look at the state over here in terms of median income. i'm going to pull this out. the darker parishes here are the ones where people make more money. and here's the problem. even if mitt romney's winning there, look at the size of these. here's assumption parish. less than half a percent. this is the biggest one. 2.3% of the population. right next to it st. helena parish, less than .2%. you can find another big one. monroe, less than .3%. this is the reason we're able to make this projection, don, but not just this factor but many others. when you
CNN
Mar 5, 2012 9:00pm PST
. >> you don't even make the all eyes are on the state of ohio. latest cnn/orc poll has romney and santorum in a dead heat there but listen to a confident romney today. >> well, i get the nomination and -- and then we can start -- and then we can start organizing our effort to make sure that we replace president obama. >> tonight, i'll talk strategy with mitt romney's son josh romney and a heated conversation with former candidate michele bachmann, the views on rush limbaugh and gay marriage and kirk cameron and lewis black weighs in. >> you don't even make the choice to be gay. i mean, when did they catch on to that? why do they not -- what is their problem with science? >> but our big story is super tuesday. does mitt romney have the momentum? no better person to ask than josh, josh romney joins me. welcome. >> thanks for having me on. >> my pleasure. tell me the mood in the romney family camp. >> you know, i think we are pretty excited about how things are looking so far. we have a lot of momentum heading in to super tuesday. that's what it's all about is picking up the right nu
CNN
Mar 19, 2012 9:00pm PDT
the soul of the gop. can mitt romney eventually seal this deal? i'll ask scott brown. >> newt gingrich wants to build a colony on the moon. he should build it on whatever planet ron paul's from. >> we begin tonight with my exclusive interview with karen santorum. who joins me now. how are you? >> hi, piers. it's good to be with you. >> last time i spoke to your husband he said this key strategy going forward was less rick, more karen. >> oh, funny. >> before we go any further, i actually want to play you a little clip. let's just watch this. >> karen will be on a cnn interview tonight. she's doing an interview by herself with piers morgan tonight. say a prayer. i've been told by so many people throughout the course of this campaign, the more she talks the less i talk, the better i do. >> i was a bit worried by the booing going on. but the fact they all prayed for you, do you feel now you've been strengthened by the power of prayer from that audience? >> that's good. i always appreciate the prayers. >> tell me about how your husband's getting on. last time i spoke to you, had a
CNN
Mar 23, 2012 3:00am EDT
romney, rick santorum. even robert de niro. also connie chung and mori aury povich povich, a power couple with 75 years in the news business. they'll weigh in on everything from the gop to whitney houston and my worldwide exclusive with football legend joe namath. does he think new york has faith in tim tebow? >> he'll be happy here, he'll fit in well here and we're happy to have him. >> i'm really psyched up. i'm looking forward to next season. >> look what he did for the broncos last year. it might push sanchez to be tougher and get out there all the time. >> well, he's not going to be a quarterback. he's a wild card. >> they'll play him as a running back. >> i think it's dumb. >> i think you'll find joe namath doesn't disagree with that last gentleman but we'll find out. >>> we begin with breaking news, the coroner's report on whitney houston's death has come in. the singer died of accidental drowning and that cocaine and heart disease were contributing factors. joining me now from los angeles, dr. drew pinsky. drew, what do you make of this report? i was reading the drugs that
CNN
Mar 21, 2012 9:00pm PDT
tonight." >>> tonight, mitt romney's real running mate, his wife ann. >> women are coming to me and saying will you please talk about deficit spending and budgets? i'm loving that. >> live and exclusive interview with the woman the candidate trusts more than anybody else alive, ann romney. plus, keep america green. starbucks ceo. how to equate the value of company with the mrl equation of capitalism. >> and we must stand up and do everything we can for the people who don't have a voice. >> and in the film icon kevin smith, funny, raunchy, a man of strong opinions, and tonight he's on top form. >> santorum lost the moment he was like i'm going after pornography. because for a lot of us, we're like, buddy, that's all i got. >> plus, only in america. revolutions, disasters, scandals, and celebrities all in 140 characters or less. happy sixth birthday, twitter. this is "piers morgan" tonight. or @piers morgan. good evening. we start with the big story tonight, a very big day for the romney campaign. the candidate gets a key endorsement from florida former governor jeb bush and celebrate
CNN
Feb 29, 2012 6:00pm PST
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CNN
Mar 18, 2012 12:00am PDT
jail back. >> when i see pictures of a young guy, i say who is that? >> i sing like mitt romney. did you notice in a? >> you look good there, man. >> barack obama, give us the scorecard. >> i'm not a politician -- >> you played one on tv. >> i think he's done reasonably well. i think that it's -- it's different to be in there than to be aspiring to be in there. i mean, i think he inherited a big basket full of problems. i don't think he's dealt with all of them. there are things i would like to have seen dealt with. >> such as? >> i think there are some issues around gitmo and privacy and other things like that that i thought would be handled by now. just things that kind of messes around the edges that i thought might have been cleaned up and just from an idealistic point of view. but i think with the economy he's done reasonably well and we're moving forward. i can't know what that mess was. in a way not being a politician, i kind of make my best bet on who i think has similar ideas as i do and similar sentiments and similar emotions and similar leanings. so i've done that with oba
CNN
Mar 21, 2012 9:00pm EDT
trusts more than anybody else ali alive, ann romney. and starbucks ceo. >> and we must stand up and do everything we can for the people who don't have a voice. >> and in the film icon kevin smith, funny, raunchy, a man of strong opinions and tonight he's on top form. >> santorum lost the moment he was like i'm going after pornography. because for a lot of us we're like, buddy, that's all i got. >> plus, only in america. revolutions, disasters, scandals, and celebrities all in 140 characters or less. happy sixth birthday, twitter. this is "piers morgan" tonight. good evening. we start with the big story tonight, a very big day for the romney campaign. the candidate gets a key endorsement from florida former governor jeb bush and celebrates 43 years of marriage to his wife ann. >> we will have been married 43 years. so happy anniversary, sweetheart. >> my exclusive interview ann romney in a moment. also starbucks' ceo howard shultz and the very funny and outspoken kevin smith on presidential politics and raunchy new book and on why he seems to feel the need to rearrange my studio. >>
CNN
Mar 10, 2012 9:00pm EST
>>> tonight, mitt romney's worst nightmare. >> when it becomes a two-person race for the republican nomination, the conservative will win that nomination. >> rick santorum tells me how he plans to beat the front-runner to a nomination. and president obama goes all hollywood. his glitzy new campaign ad and the oscar winner who made it. >> how do we understand this president and his time in office? do we look at the day's headlines? or do we remember what we, as a country, have been through? >>> plus, the real story behind the extraordinary video the whole world's talking about. >> we fear that if we sleep at home, we can be abducted by the rebels. >> invisible children, the kony 2012 video already seen by 30 million people and rising fast. >>> also, only in america, the last word on last meals. this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. our big story tonight, rick santorum doubles down. if you thought the candidate would back off of his tough talk, well, just listen to what he's been saying on the campaign trail. >> what's wrong with america's government today, and what is sic
CNN
Mar 27, 2012 12:00am EDT
the distribution of this. it's not a good way to do it. >> let's turn to mitt romney's position in all this. obviously he's got this issue of what he himself did and what he's now trying to distance himself from. how big a problem is it going to be for mitt romney if he becomes the nominee, the fact that his own health plans were very similar to what barack obama is trying to get through? >> he should have problems in the republican primary. if barack obama does it and mitt romney's not too far removed and his program was similar. the nation is accepting this, you know, i don't think that is as big a deal. it should be a big deal in the republican primary is where it should be. but that's what's going on right now in the primary. because it is a major issue. he has a problem because she's changed positions on other things too. as a governor of a very liberal state and then becoming ultraconservative in a republican primary, that's a bit of a challenge for him. but if he has a program similar to -- i mean, bush went and gave us not only the prescription drug program and republicans
CNN
Mar 15, 2012 12:00am EDT
like who is that? >> i look like mitt romney. you notice that? >> you look good there. okay, barack obama. let's give him a scorecard. >> i'm not a politician. and i'm not a surrogate. >> but you played one on tv. >> but i think he's done reasonably well. i think it's different to be in there than to be aspiring to be in there. and i think that he inherited a big batch of problems. i don't think he's really dealt with all of them. there are things i would like to see him have dealt with. >> such as? >> i think there are some issues around -- around gitmo and privacy and other things like that, that i thought would be handled by now. things that kind of mess around the edges that i thought would be cleaned up. and just from an idealogical point of view, but the economy, he's done reasonably well, and we're moving forward. i can't know what that mess was. in a way, not being a politician, i make my best bet on who i think has similar ideas as i do and similar sentiments and similar emotions and similar meanings. and so i have done that with obama and then i look at it and say, okay, l
CNN
Mar 2, 2012 12:00am EST
the rest of them. >> does he have a quiet little pad to his rival mitt romney. >> just because you can talk to somebody doesn't mean have you a deal going. >>> the tragic death of andrew breitbart, his controversial life and his tv appearance on the show two nights ago. >> just as herman cain was known as the 999 candidate, they made santorum the 666 candidate and worried about satan and all that far type of stuff. >> love him or loathe him, he always had something provocative to say and the people who knew him best pay their tributes. >>> and only in america, feel the need, the need for speed but not for a sequel. why do we need top gun 2? shouldn't hollywood leave some blockbusters alone? this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> the big story, politics, all lies on super tuesday with ten states across the country voting. this is rick santorum on his strategy for the big day. >> i said from the very beginning this is an episode of survivor. we just need to stay on the island, not get voted off, keep plugging, stay on message and have hopefully the grassroots of conservatives that suppo
CNN
Mar 24, 2012 9:00pm PDT
, he won 49% to romney's 21%. newt gingrich did better than mitt romney in this category. go to the lowest end group here and look at this, 65% to 13%. sure, mitt romney won a little bit, but down here his win not so impressive. 46% to santorum's 31%. when you are talking about one of the state's in the country with some of the lowest per capita income, winning with people that make more than $200,000 doesn't get you very far. the darker color indicates places where people have the highest median income. as you can see, there weren't that many that would fall in to a category that romney might have been able to do well with and as you saw from the previous map he did not do well with them. so a tough night on the economy. one more thing that is interesting here. you mentioned it earlier this evening. let's go past this and look at the issue of education. because this is something where mitt romney has tended to do well, the more educated people are. louisiana, as a state, does not have as many people with college degrees or beyond college degrees that a lot of other states document
CNN
Mar 18, 2012 9:00pm PDT
comments from mitt romney saying he is not concerned with the poor and will focus on middle class americans. >> i am in this race because i care about americans. i am not concerned about the very poor. we have a safety net there. if it needs repair, i will fix it. >> i want to get suze orman's take on this. she is the number one finance guru. she joins me now. welcome, suze. let's start with mitt romney. that was an extraordinary comment for someone who wants to be president of the united states. i am not concerned about the poor. whatever came afterwards and it sounded bad. >> it sounded bad and very naive. for so long have i not been saying the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer and middle class is disappearing. he is concerned about the middle class. what middle class are we talking about? there about 50 million people in poverty. what does it mean? a family of four making $22,000 a year or less. there is almost 150 million people that are in poverty, near poverty or that close to it. one out of two, one out of three people in the united states of america are edging
CNN
Mar 3, 2012 6:00pm PST
maher on presidential politic. >> mitt romney is running on that silly idea i ran a business, i know how to create jobs. no, actually what he did is fire people. >> exclusive with bill maher and remembering davy jones. >> daydream believer ♪ >>> my exclusive with mickey dolenz. one of my favorite shows, the good wife, a one-on-one television interview. the question i'd never thought she'd ask me. >> you were talking about playing a role on the good wife. how would you like to play my ex-husband? >> yes. is it available? >> this is "piers morgan tonight." good evening. big story tonight. the selling of the president. just days away from a turning point in the race for the white house. super tuesday. millions are being spent on hard hitting ads from super pacs. bill maher is here. later my exclusive with mickey dolenz, remembering the late, great davy jones. >> we sort of had a lot this common. over the years, our families and he and i, even though we bonded. i mean, after 47 years, working with people like that, you know, it was like my brother. like siblings. >> we begin with our b
CNN
Mar 4, 2012 12:00am EST
money where his mouth is. >> mitt romney is running on that silly idea i ran a business and know how to create jobs. what he did is fire people. >> a pim time exclusive with bill maher and remembering davey jones. the question i never thought she'd ask me. >> we were talking about playing a role on "the good wife," how would you like to play my ex-husband? >> yes. is it available? >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >> good evening. the big story tonight is the selling of the president which is days away from the turning point in the race for the white house. super tuesday and millions have spent on hard-hitting ads for super-pacs. we have bill maher. and later me exclusive with mickey remembering the late great davy jones. >> we had a lot in common, and over the years, you know, our family and he and i, you know, we bonded. after 47 years working with people like that, he was like my brother. >> we begin with the big story. i want to ask bill maher about his controversial $1 million doe tags to president bahama'super-pac. >> i would like to announce a donation to the obama super-pac,
CNN
Mar 4, 2012 2:00am PST
allowing this to happen in the first place. >> given that romney is outspending the competitors in five, ten to one. and still not getting far, not winning his election battle at the moment, what makes you think the super pacs are that effective? >> that's true. money does not always win elections. mostly it does, however. usually it does. it makes a huge difference. obama beat mccain handily in the donation game in 2008. that was a big reason why he was able to win, i think. also, mccain was a horrible candidate and sarah palin and everything broke right for obama in 2008. the market crashed. all of that stuff. you know, in 2008, the most you could give was $2300 i think. now sheldon adelson talks about giving one candidate $100 million. this game changed completely. this is the other reason i did this. to draw attention to something i don't think mrns are aware of. this is a completely different world we're playing in. it's a world of millionaires and billionaires. almost all the billionaires are on the side of the republicans. the common everyday millionaire has to step forward for t
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